"Kick the Bride Down the Aisle" as written by and James Martin Boorer Steven Patrick Morrissey....
Kick the bride down the aisle
And make no mistake
It's the best you can do for everyone's sake

Kick the bride down the aisle
And treasure the day
I know so much more than I'm willing to say

She just wants a slave
To break his back in pursuit of a living wage
So that she can laze and graze
For the rest of her days
Write down every word I say

Kick the bride down the aisle
In a mudslide of gloom
She'll order you to tidy your room

Kick the bride down the aisle
Look at that cow in the field
It knows more than your bride knows now

She just wants a slave
To break his back in pursuit of a living wage
So that she can laze and graze
For the rest of her days
Write down every word I say

You're that stretch of the beach
That the tide doesn't reach
No meaning, no reason
The lonely season

Kick the bride down the aisle
And treasure the day


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"Kick the Bride Down the Aisle" as written by Steven Morrissey Jesse Alejandro Tobias

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